Annual US-Philippine military exercises will be expanded to include other countries.
Rainsy calls to boycott the upcoming national election if the CNRP is not reinstated.
A Japan-based electronics manufacturer will set up a factory in Poipet Economic Zone.
Japan’s Finance Ministry proposed crafting a cover story with a school operator.
Japan is committed to help Cambodia’s urban populations gain access to a safe water.
Japan activats its first marine unit since World War II trained to counter invaders.
Japan’s Foreign Affairs Minister signs an agreement providing Cambodia with grants.
Japan usually avoids being viewed as interfering in the domestic affairs of other countries and is consistent in its foreign policy approach towards Cambodia by not intervening in the Kingdom’s internal affairs, writes
Japan’s tradition of welcoming spring that dates back to the 12th century is still going strong. It is arguably also the best time to meet and mingle with Japanese people, as Julian Ryal found out.
Japan legalised casinos in late 2016 after years of delay and still needs more.
A send-off was held last week for 22 Cambodian recipients of Japanese government scholarships. The students emerged as the winners earlier this month from among 1,300 applicants.
Japan’s Ministry of Defense has begun preparing a new Midterm Defense Plan (MTDP), the five-year plan that guides Japanese defense projects and acquisitions.
Most of the fake products are local but passed off as imported, says officials.
Asian stocks began the new quarter on Monday with modest gains.
Inclusive and open regionalism has been the driving force for growth in the region and the Greater Mekong Subregion countries must endeavour to ensure that regional initiatives benefit all the GMS member states.
DJane Sao Sopeak is well-known in the Phnom Penh underground music scene. She’s also a renowned filmmaker, championing the causes of marginalised women. Eileen McCormick caught up with a more relaxed DJane to get her views on fashion and style.
Abe is finalising details for a summit with Trump on April 18 to discuss strategy before a proposed meeting with Kim Jong-un.
Paro the furry seal cries softly while an elderly woman pets it. Pepper, a humanoid, waves while leading a group of senior citizens in exercises. The upright Tree guides a disabled man taking shaky steps, saying in a gentle feminine voice, “right, left, well done!”
PM announces a Japanese Foreign Minister visit to sign an aid agreement.